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Loneliness Has Negative Health Consequences, These are 5 Ways to Create Connection!

Have you ever heard of the phrase “you can be in a crowded room but still feel lonely?” Unfortunately, it rings true for many North Americans today in our society as loneliness statistics climb to staggering numbers. The Western world is technologically connected in more ways than ever before, yet many humans are finding themselves […]

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Rhodiola: The Natural Remedy for Anxiety and Depression

Are you feeling anxious, depressed, or just generally stressed out? Well, have no fear, because Rhodiola is here! That’s right, Rhodiola – the herb that’s been used for centuries in traditional medicine – can help improve your mood and reduce anxiety. First, let’s talk about what Rhodiola is. It’s a plant that grows in cold […]

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7 Excellent ways to Naturally Boost Serotonin

Our brain is a complicated and beautifully intricate organ. It is arguably one of the most important organs because it is responsible for so many of the things that make us human. From thinking, feeling, storing memories, and so much more our brains allow us to do so much in this world. Think of the […]

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Get Happy: GABA’s Mood-Boosting Properties

Are you feeling anxious or stressed out? Are you having trouble sleeping at night? If so, you may want to consider taking GABA. GABA, or gamma-aminobutyric acid, is a neurotransmitter that plays a crucial role in regulating our mood and sleep patterns. In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of taking GABA and […]

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5 Ways to Regulate Your Nervous System

One of the most complex and critical systems in the body is our nervous system. It works in harmony to communicate with our body and gathers information from touch, smell, taste, sight, smell, and sound. There are two main parts of our nervous system, they include the central nervous system (made up of the brain […]

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Can Float Tanks Actually Provide you With Just as Much Rest As Sleeping?

Have you ever experienced sensory overload? This could look like feeling overstimulated by sounds, sensations, lights, and people. Overstimulation occurs when your senses take in so much information that your brain can’t keep up. In return you can be left with feeling anxious, overwhelmed, and exhausted. Something that could really help you with overstimulation is […]

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Emotional Intelligence 101

Do you have a hard time dealing with your emotions? You’re definitely not alone. In fact, many people don’t know how to actually identify the emotions they’re feeling. Wikipedia defines emotional intelligence as the ability to perceive, use, understand, manage, and handle emotions. Even though this skill is highly crucial, a statistic from Harvard business […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder vs Winter Blues

The winter blues are pretty common, especially for those who live in colder and darker parts of the world during the winter months. The days get shorter and sunshine is limited, resulting in an overall lack of motivation, fatigue, sadness, and withdrawal. It’s extremely important to notice signs of increased sadness during the winter and […]

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Why Veterans Day Is Important

Growing up in Canada, our Veteran’s day goes by a different name: Rememberance Day. It’s a special Federal and State Holiday that occurs on November 11 every year in the United States in honor of the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” of 1918, which signaled the end of World War […]

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5 mood-boosting supplements

It’s no surprise that people are starting to get a little more agitated lately due to the ongoing COVID pandemic. Not only are we dealing with the biggest pandemic of our generation, but tack on the amplified systemic racism and political strife, and that makes 2020-2021 quite an intense year. Although most countries and states […]

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